Halts trading for second time

7 Jan, 2016

Chinese regulators halt trading for the second time in one week as prices on multiple indices tumbled. Shares on the Shanghai Composite Index, the Shenzhen Composite Index and the CSI all fall more than 7%. The fall, which was attributed in part to the withdrawal of measures put in place by the government back in June intended to stabilize prices, has immediate repercussions throughout the region.

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